From Publishers Weekly
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Come on, Sam Cooke had a voice and a spirit that still has yet to be trumped. If you love the man like I do you will not be disappointed in this book.Published 12 months ago by J Hardt
It is self-evident to anyone who has heard Cooke sing that he was the real deal. Feeling, phrasing, pitch were above criticism. That he was a mere mortal is quite a revelation. Read morePublished 20 months ago by George W. James
The book arrived on time, in great condition, and it makes for a good read. I'm thrilled with it and recommend it highly!Published 22 months ago by Patric Robinson
Not as insightful as I hoped. Ealry history is good. No real answers and puts nicks in Sam Cooke's character. I will read other accounts to try and get a more complete picture.Published on January 9, 2013 by Nana
According to records The information contained in Daniel Wolff's biography is erroneous - Bertha Lee Franklin did not move to Michigan and die eighteen months after the shooting. Read morePublished on August 25, 2012 by Kimberly Colver
I have referred this book to others so many times over the years since it's release, but I never wrote a review, until now....
I have read this book 5 times. Read more
For a long time this was the only available biography on Sam Cooke. Until Peter Guralnick released his excellent 'Dream Boogie' a few years ago. Read morePublished on January 28, 2007 by M. Buisman
You Send Me: The Life and Times of Sam Cooke is a very good rendering of the life of the classic gospel/R&B/pop superstar whose life was tragically cut short with his death in... Read morePublished on June 1, 2006 by Terence Allen